Posted 27 January 2007 - 05:41 PM
Posted 28 January 2007 - 09:23 AM
1. make sure QT is not running in the systray. If it is -- right-click & exit.
2. Delete the folder C:/Program Files/Quicktime. (since I don't use either QT or iTunes, you will have to use your own knowledge here -- they may be in the same folder or in separate folders, I don't know. Just delete any folders in C:\Program Files named Apple, Quicktime or iTunes.
Now open the registry editor (regedit.exe.). Use Edit->Find' to find all keys named Apple and delete as each one that is found until you see "Finished searching the Registry". Close the Registry Editor.
Now you just need to remove that non-working entry from 'Add/Remove Programs'. Download the free trial of 'Add-Remove4Good' from:
Install it. Highlight the QT entry then click "Uninstall'. The entry will be removed when the uninstaller fails.
Try installing the new version.
Edited by pip22, 28 January 2007 - 09:29 AM.
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